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I tasted some of the Starbucks UK drinks that aren't on US menus

Mango Dragonfruit
Kiwi Starfruit
The Cool Lime Refresher
the Big Apple
Iced Black Tea
Chai Cream
Strawberries & Cream
Clouds & Mist Tea
The Jasmine Pearls Tea

Strawberry Açaí
Iced Peach Green Tea
Kevin Johnson

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Mango Orange

The Iced Hibiscus Tea

New York
Java Chip

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I tested some of the products which don't currently feature on the US menu at two different locations in London, where Starbucks opened its first store in 1998.I doubt I'll drift from my usual coffee order, but the drinks were fun to sample.Cool Lime Refresher isn't currently listed among the selection of Refreshers offered at Starbucks in the US.While the US offers beverages such as Mango Dragonfruit, Kiwi Starfruit, and Strawberry Açaí, UK outlets offer flavors like Cool Lime and Mango Orange in the Refresher range.The Cool Lime Refresher is available in the US as a Refresher take-away packet, though, according to the Starbucks online menu.After comparing the cost of a Refresher in London with the same product in New York, I found that residents of the Big Apple are paying more for their drinks. In New York, regular frappuccinos cost around $6.25.The Cold Brew Latte is currently not advertised on the Starbucks US menu.With a much larger selection of iced coffees than Starbucks in the UK, I was surprised to see that the classic drink did not feature in the US, although US consumers can get a Cold Brew with milk.In 2021, Starbucks started selling more cold drinks than hot coffees, with then CEO, Kevin Johnson, citing strong demand for cold brews, nitro cold brews, iced shaken espressos, and refreshers.Demand for cold drinks is also high because they are easily customizable, a Starbucks trait.

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